Definition of Intercrops
1. intercrop [v] - See also: intercrop
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Intercrops
Literary usage of Intercrops
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Sessional Papers by Ontario Legislative Assembly (1913)
"In plot 2, the intercrops have been potatoes, peas, mangel wurzels, and sweet corn, ... Xone of the intercrops have proved especially profitable, ..."
2. Bulletin by United States Bureau of Plant Industry (1913)
"intercrops. Should un intercrop like bonus be grown, a not uncommon practice ... The returns from intercrops vary, but approximate the returns from the bean ..."
3. Management of Secondary and Logged-over Forests in Indonesia: Selected by Plinio Sist, C. Sabogal, Yvonne Byron (1999)
"RAS 2: rubber + associated trees + annual intercrops In RAS 2, rubber trees as ... intercrops are annual (predominantly upland rice or a rotation of rice or ..."
4. Bank Credit and Agriculture, Under the National and Federal Reserve Banking by Ivan Wright (1922)
"Many fruit farmers, however, do make a substantial income from fillers and intercrops. That is, other fruits, as peaches, plums, pears, and cherries, ..."
5. Farm Contracts Between Landlord and Tenant by William Collett Tichenor (1916)
"In this lease who furnishes the seed for intercrops? 2. Does tenant plant the trees without landlord's help? 3. What is the land worth before orchard is ..."